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Each academic year since 2003, Reinhardt has designated a region of the world for students to learn more about through in-depth study and hands-on interaction. This focus is intended to promote understanding of varied cultures, businesses, histories, geographies and faiths and to help internationalize the Reinhardt experience.

The 2013-2014 year is the Year of Germany. Students will delve into the rich history of Germany and how it impacts our business, literature, culture, art, music, and heritage.  Events will be scheduled throughout the academic year and include lectures, music, a film-and-discussion series, a travel tour, and many others.

Spring 2014 Activities/Events (tbd)

Year of Germany Scholarship Competition

March 10 deadline for entries, more details to come soon!


Fall 2013 Activities/Events:

Oktoberfest, Thurs. Oct. 17

from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Donor Plaza


YOG Film Series:

Sept. 27The Lives of Others

Oct. 25 - The Masterworks of the German Horror Cinema

Nov. 15 - Mostly Martha

All film screenings are at 3 p.m. in the Library Media Room, second floor.
 

Previous global emphasis areas have included:

2012-2013 Year of China: Dragon Rising
2011-12 Year of Ireland and Irish Heritage
2010-11 Year of Oceania
2009-10 Year of North American Indigenous Peoples
2008-09 Year of the Mediterranean
2007-08 Year of Eastern Europe and Russia
2006-07 Year of Middle East 
2005-06 Year of Africa
2004-05 Year of Asia
2003-04 Year of The Americas (inaugural year)

 

Reinhardt University's selection of specific countries within the Year of Country Study Program does not in anyway connote an endorsement of the laws and policies of the country under study.